atheist, social constructionist (social theory, Judith Butler/Simone de Beauvoir/Michel Foucault), geek of all trades. I consider myself more or less straight concerning sexual orientation, but queer with respect to gender, politics and activism (shamelessly copied almost verbatim from the_damsel)
Like all the other personality tests, this one comes up with the most annoying questions. That said, unlike other platforms, this one lets you skip such badly posed questions and introduce new ones, so let's hope for the best ...
Besides the languages listed, I also hack the odd perl script, have been paid to do C system programming for a while and I have an (ancient) greek dictionary on my shelf that I like to peruse for etymological reference (never got around to learning the grammar though). Since neither is listed and I somehow feel better filling the available slots with "real" languages anyway, that's just an aside.
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Writing my thesis.
Apart from books, knowledge, games, intimacy, ... perfumes have been playing a significant role in literally spicing up my life in recent years.
Movies: out of date, but at one point I liked Mozart and the Whale, Peindre ou faire l'amour, 5x2, I slept well through "Good Night and Good Luck", "Fail-Safe" vs "Dr. Strangelove" (both 1964) ...
Mostly arthouse stuff in small cinemas but I live near a shopping center with a plex so occasionally I go there, too.
Viennale is always a great opportunity.
"I can't sign this - this has more lies than my OkCupid Profile" (Han in 2 Broke Girls, 2E15)
Books: currently Cordelia Fine's Delusions of Gender; Discipline and Punish and other works by Michel Foucault also made quite an impression (I most certainly do read fiction though).
Other authors whose books I enjoyed: Douglas Adams, Isabel Allende, Margaret Atwood, Simone de Beauvoir, Gioconda Belli, Heinrich Boell, Tara Bradbury, Bertold Brecht, Ingeborg Bachmann, Roald Dahl, Margaret Drabble, Friedrich Duerrenmatt, Umberto Eco, Michel Foucault, Max Frisch, Johan Galtung (umph), Heinrich Heine, Marlen Haushofer, Michel Houellebecq, John Irving, P. D. James, Elfriede Jelinek, Milan Kundera, Marian Keyes, Siegfried Lenz, Judith Levine, Harper Lee, Leena Lehtolainen, Stanislaw Lem, Primo Levi, Astrid Lindgren, Henning Mankell, Haruki Murakami, Iris Murdoch, Larry Niven, Christine Noestlinger, Per Nilsson, George Orwell, Mervyn Peake, Pitigrilli, Raymond Queneau, Ayn Rand, Eduardo del Río Rius, Jean-Paul Sartre, Dorothy L. Sayers, Arno Schmidt, Stevie Smith, Friedrich Torberg, Joan Smith, John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, Mario Vargas Llosa, (Unamuno? haven't read anything by him yet ... maybe Updike ... Uderzo? prefer Rius, s. a. ...), Hannelore Valencak, Norah Vincent, Kurt Vonnegut, Evelyn Waugh, ...
Music: Some Indie/Folk (Ani DiFranco, Clara Luzia, ...); some NDW (a type of German pop music): Foyer des Arts, Grobschnitt; Wir sind Helden, Die Aerzte; some Punk: Ska-P, The Sex Pistols ; sometimes classical music (Opera, OE1); I can tolerate most types of music for a short while except country/folk/Volksmusik, Techno but usually prefer silence and musc perfumes
Food: tortillas (latin american, not spanish); I'm (mostly) vegan, but won't usually get into a food fight (pun intended) with meat eaters, have no qualm with shopping dairy and egg products (in case of sickness/emergency/starvation I might even purchase meat products, depending on the person asking; I have done so for colleagues in an office setting)
Duh. This is just a minuscule slice of me ...
You are a feminist, non-spiritual, and you think you could get along with a relatively strict ethical vegan (I try not to proselytize).
Your idea of a fun evening does not include drinking to unconsciousness every time.
You like to ponder on social status, interactive gender performance, and the genesis of power distribution.
You have a knack for bizarre crosswords (Phoenixen, Vesely, Eckstein; a while ago I tried one from the Financial Times, however I must admit that the London Times one is way above my head) and/or other word/letter games (Boggle, Scrabble) ... actually any interest in board games is a plus ;-)
You are sex-positive, pro choice, and understand the motivation behind affirmative action, even if you are against it.